Although the app pages are auto generated, shouldn't we suggest the Discussion pages (like this) as a way of commenting?
Groundless antifeature claims by Robot
The Robot bot seems adding groundless claims about antifeatures and security vulnerabilities to numerous apps. It does not explain what these mysterious problems are, who and how decided they are present what could be done to fix them. If something has really been found, I would expect normal issue report by human rather than unexplained anonymous update by machine. The robot is spreading FUD and disrespect, making harm to our project. I think it is just buggy, but if really there is some metadata where these "antifeatures" are listed, then the metadata is wrong. The two apps I own (org.us.andriod and akk.astro.droid.moonphase) do not even need the Internet permission, no SD card access, no any other access, no any user data at all, no login of any kind - pure on screen visualizations. I really need to understand in such cases where are these "security vulnearabilities" are coming from. This may be be just a buggy behavior, but it is also possible to suspect the bad will. Andviane (talk) 20:13, 20 July 2017 (UTC)
Anti-Features are added by humans, the only exceptions are __KnownVuln_ and _DisabledAlgorithm_. If you think someone mistakenly added an Anti-Feature, please file a bug here: https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/issues. Hans (talk) 14:50, 8 September 2017 (UTC)
- These two features are exactly the features I am talking about. Bug report opened at https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroiddata/issues/869. Sorry to say somebody in the team really allows himself way too much, I think, seriously driving potential contributors away Andviane (talk) 18:49, 8 September 2017 (UTC)